Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1958 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 11, 1958
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*"4>r " m^ T ' ' • &MB& ilXT&!£!N ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 11,1161 THIS IS SINSATIONAL BRIOITTE BARDOT ttarrlng in o ntw twitch Film 3 Employes Retired By Shell Oil Co. Three Alton area residents with more than 90 years' combined service retired this monjh from active service with Shell Oil Company at'the Wood River refinery. They are D. C. Sloan, 30 Walter St., Godfrey; L. A. Watford. Edgewood Terrace, Godfrey; and G. C. Zirges, P. O. Box 108, Worden. Sloan, a craft foreman in the engineering field department, had 38 years of accredited Shell service at retirement. Warford, a pipefitter leadman in the same department, had 30 Shell years, and Zirges, a pipefitter in engineering field, had 25 company years. D. C. Sloan Sloan was born' in Carrollton, and was educated there. He married the former Jennie Darr of Carrollton in 1920. Me served in the U. S. Army from 1917*19 near the Mexican bor* I der at Eagle Pass, Tex. Me joined Shell in January, 1920, shortly after be- in g discharged from active duty. After a short D. O. Sloan time as a laborer in the maintenance department, Sloan be- camem pipefitter hejped and was promoted to pipefitter in Novem- II her, 1922. He has served ai a subfor&ffl&tt, assistant foreman assistant zone supervisor-lubricating and pipefitter foreman during his 38-year Shell career He was a member of the Service Club and Recreation Association, was the tenth oldest refinery employe—in years of service —at retirement. L. A. Watford Warford started in July, 1927, as a pipefitter helper in the engi neering field department. Six months later he became a pipe- itter 2nd and in lune, 1928, was promoted to pipe* 'itter 1st in engineering field. He served as a pipe-] Itter until ember, 1946, when he was made >ipef Itter leadman. He was born Higbee, Mo., L. A. Warford and was educated in the Higbte school system. In 1923 he married the former Myrtle Smith of South Wilmington, 111. The War- fords have two children, sons Jackson of Woodburn, HI., and Douglas of Chicago. Warford was a member and former vice president of the Shell Service Club and a member of the Recreation Association at the plant. In Wood River, he is a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints. He has lived at his current Godfrey address for four years and in the Alton-Wood River area for 32 years. G. C. Zirrje-. Zirges, formerly employed with the U. S. Radiator Co. in Ed wardsville, began his Shell serv. -, .'tiS ffeet" Ah Conditioned/ CLUB ACTIVITIES TOD/(Y TO JULY ic I FRIDAY: SquareJDanelnf mller. SATURDAY: Round Darico, Al Beibek's Orchestra. SUNDAY: Dine to the Jukebox. and Dance MONDAY: Meettnr 1 :M n.nv TUESDAY: Square Lesson*. New Tuesday, Sept Snd. Dance starts 1 WEDNESDAY: Potlaok Din- I ner, «:3» pjn. Card playing i tuid TrapshooHnK under UjhU. | THURSDAY: Family style! Chicken Dinner — All you can eat. Adulta fl.5t, KkkUei toe. ice in May, 1933, as a laborer in the engineering field depart ment. One month later he was transferred to the pipe division of the department and served as pipefitter helper, pipefitter 2nd'and pipefitter 1st during his company career. He was born on a farm near Worden and was educated at Butler school near O. 0. Zirges Staunton. In 1923 he married the former Elizabeth Behrner of Worden. They have two children, a son Charles of Worden, and a married daughter,' Mrs, Alice Madoux of Worden. Zirges has lived all his life in br near Wdrden. He IS a member and trustee of the Worden Christian Church and a former member of the School board for 17 years and of the village board for four years. At the refinery, he was a member of the Service Club at retirement. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 19o Rtpd Telefrtph Want Adi, I Kltehen Open ThuMdky thru ] Sunday. Bring • Guest Root Beer In Frosted Steuta UR«I MALTS AND SHAKES.. Carry Out Service ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN! Elm at Henry Open 8 P. M. FASTEST COLOR FILM PROCESSING IN THIS AREA Scot DIRECT |o EMfnt* Kodak DAILf BRING YOUR FILM TO FOSTER'S DRUG STORE E.BBOAPWAV OIALX-28SS FOR COSMETICS HONKER r> i-i A i> r*i A f \ i 1 Cottage Hills Committee To Promote Sewer COTTAGE HILLS-Steps were taken to reach some solution of the sewer problem which exists in Cottage Hills and Forest Homes when a committee was formed to of- jantee public action among SO residents of the area who met Thursday night in the Cottage Hills Grade School. At present, a peti tion to form a sanitary sewer district out of unincorporated areas in the Wood River Township is be fore County Judge Michael Kinney and wilj be scheduled for a vote i the near future. Members of Thursday night's newly formed committee are Bill 3ryant, Oscar Wesley, John H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Merris, Mrs. Roland Klopmier, Andrew Hall, Mrs. Cletus Sheff and Howard Seiver. Bryant, assistant supervisor of the Wood River, Township, presicl ed at the meeting which was spon sored by the Cottage Hills Civic Improvement Association. In reference to the petition for a sewer district, Bryant, who wilt direct the newly formed committee's activities, said "Its not that I am for or against a sewer district, but 1 believe every resident in the area should have a chance to understand and voice their opinion on the issue." Bryant believes that a campaign to inform the people of Cottage Hills and Forest Homes on all the issues involved in the sewer question would pave the way for some sort of unified effort to solve the problem. Sixteen dollars was contributed by the 50 residents present at the meeting for, printing hand bills, to explain the purpose and announce.the date of future sewer problem discussions. Henry Sheppard, state engineer, and William. Fisher from the New York Exchange and Quail Co.; Inc., explained the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of approach to the problem. Sheppard said he believed from us present knowledge of the area that the only successful sewer project would be a Lagoon system. This system would enable residents to take advantage of the lay of the land by dividing the area nto several disposal units. , Fisher explained the possibilities of gaining funds for the project if he area were incorporated, became a sewer district or petitioned lid froth the township. 'At the close of the meeting, Bry- ant scheduled a committee meeting for next Tuesday. He said he hoped to schedule another public meeting within ft month and will invite Congressman Mel Price and State Representatives Paul Simon and Ralph Smith to attend. Allen & Nimmons Sales Announced Allen A Nlmmons have an* nounced the following real estate sales: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dungy purchased property located at 1133 Ferguson Ave., Wood River, from Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett purchased home at 639 Payne St., Wood River, from Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Corder bought property at 1010 Phinney Ave., Alton, from Miss Margaret Ash. Mr. and Mrs. George Dillow purchased home at 587 Spruce St., East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Emerick purchased property at 1033 East Fourth St., Alton, from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vize. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Edwards purchased from Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ferree property at 1600 Langdon St. Mrs. Minnie Graham purchased a home at 3412 Oak Drive, from Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hackethal Mr. and Mrs. George Jarvis purchased from Mr. and Mrs.ll William Fisher home at 274 Her-|| bert St. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Segravesf bought home at 1113 Vernie St.| from Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pfeif- Eldred - The Missionary Sdcttty met Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist Church. Pour membtft and Rev. finnan present. Mrs. Dean Bushnellgave the devotions and Jburnery presented Mrs. Paul the lesion. The next meeting will be Aug. 12. Six members of the Eldred Home Bureau Unit were guests at the Mt. Gilead Monte Bureau meeting Wednesdy afternoon at the Mt. Gilead Church. It was Achievement Day for the Mt. Gilead 4-H Club and they had charge of the program, Miss Edna Richey has moved from her property en Pine street to Hardin. Mr. and Mrs, Luther Smith and Frank Moots spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Chicago. Miss Kay Camerer left this week for Columbia, Mo., where she will visit for two weeks with her sister, Mrs., Douglas Brannan, and daughter, Kelly Lee. Olin Shuler of Quincy is spend ing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Shuler. Olin returned Tuesday from a vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart and daughter, Martha of Peoria, were house guests from Monday until Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baker. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Baker and daughter, their guests Mr. and Mrs. Jacob .Clafflin and sons, John Brannan, and Terry Newton of here and Mr. and Mrs. William Miner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roads and family of Carrollton, A WiCM? Wan. Mf. Mid Mf». CtffrhMiof sourt ate rnidittg lefHiwiwlly ifl t h * McGlasson apaftmwito, they aw dewssetoit ee« it Columbian* Farms. "A Bible Revival" tnd "Confidence In God" will be the tn o r n i n § and evenlnf sermon subjects at the Eldfed Baptist Church Sunday. Mrs, Clinton Pegram Sir., and Mm. James Kurt* spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. Worden WORDEN - Mf. and Mrs. Gay lord Thomas entertained with a party at their home Mon- ram OU> VDtfJrtt ftftfttltl Copenhagen's Museum staff ttu son Dickie, who was six years old. Richard Bosch, who is station* ed at Etain Air Force Base in airman second class. Miss Vora Sandbach, 20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sandbach, has b e e n nam< ed Miss TSMC by the Army an underwater division operating off the Danish coasts. On* man member ot the staff has recently measured and pWottFgraph- ed the wreck of a Viking ship that is 65 feet long, lying on Denmark's Roskilde Fjord. He repotted that hn had aim found n> other Viking ship that in even better preserved. Transportation Supply tnd Main* tenance Command in St. Louis. She will represent the command in the American Legion parade in St. Louis July 26. Mrs, Sam Lynn and son, Ran* day afternoon In honor of their dy ot Fremont, Ohio, are visiting with the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ooton and son, Sammy, of Denatur, are France, has been promoted to visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Delore Birmingham. 7 fi Mi MatniM WwneuMf Mid SBWtayt. fMMI apt* lltM Shew B*a*ta It* P. M. (Nt mourn SatnrtaW M. S*t, Mon. at UK* P. M, •4t-nda» Ht4.4tMJ.ilM F. M. •AJM1Y.IUN ITOtY AMUTTOOAY* MAtar.lM.HAIfl TVM.AMMI fer. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lawrence purchased property at 3824 West-j ern Ave. 25c SPECIAL O-urry Oat Only HAMBURGERS each K SI or .V. For 11 BARBECUED BEEF OR FORK 40c T k 3 F., H GOLDEN AE. FRIED CHICKEN W* Include! French Fries, .Col* •law. Tooted Bunt • Butty. THICK MALTS *)BU and SHAKES.. *W» Offer Good for One Week > Phone Your Order—*MM ' Evans PASTRIES And Coffee Bar 1100 Milton Rot* Ample Parkln-i DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT to tho Mttslo of OOQIE DE YITO Godfrey Civic Center DANCING FROM •:M P. M. to IttM AJkL 1 Donation! Gent* TSe, Ladle* fro* 2nd ANNUAL FISH DINNER Spemortd by COTTAGE HILLS AUXILIARY POLICE CORPS, Inc.] SATURDAY, JULY 12 At BRAM'S IfcOOT BEER STAND) 'A Milt of Cottage Hills (Rout* 140) SwviNf •fvrtf ot 10 tun. Donation $1.00 CURI SERVICE A* Amiriitit Birn BETHALTO Saturday, July 12 CARL MIOK and tho KINO'S MEN HAMBURBERS •LVIMIItt MtMM Fri., Sat, Mon. at TiM P. M. Sunday 8:n and 7:01 P. M. FOSTER'S DRIVMN IM Woo* Mvor Avenue Open 11 a.m. • t a.m. CUM SERVICE OPENS AT 7:H - STARTS AT DUSK TONITE ft SAT. - Tritb Hwrsr Skew! AtR NOONDITIONED Week Dayr. Continuous f rent 7 P.M. Bun. .Continuous from 1P.M. AMPLE PARKING TONITE SAT. - SUN. TyronePower —.Marlehe Dietrich — Charles Laughton "WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION" i 1:67 I Alee Guinnete, Irene Browne Victor Madden "ALL AT SEA" 7:Sd ftwr MmnumD TO •Aimi...ANDTHB NIU.IT MOUOMT WITM m 3RD "BE" "VALLEY X>. ZOMBIES" STARTS M ASTERS OF VARIETY IN E I NTERTAINMENTi OUTDOOR THEflTRE r-a-^-fHSSfSSssssa-SKSW:- •; iassssMwrowas DAY! 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